The Bears’ Northern Lights Conference counterparts were not.
Four NLC teams are represented in the poll.
Wasilla remained the top team in the 4A girls rankings with a 5-1 record.
The Warriors posted an impressive 20-point NLC victory over Palmer on Tuesday.
Today and Saturday, Wasilla plays at Barrow, the top-ranked 3A team in the state.
Despite the loss, the Moose still jumped one spot in the rankings from fourth to third.
Palmer is at a tournament in Thunder Mountain this weekend.
Colony slid two spots to No. 4 after splitting a pair of games with Juneau-Douglas last Friday and Saturday.
West Valley moved to No. 2 this week, while Dimond remained fifth.
The top three spots in the 4A boys poll remained the same, with Service, Wasilla and Dimond.
Bartlett and Juneau-Douglas swapped spots with the Golden Bears now No. 4 and the Crimson Bears now No. 5, despite topping Colony in a pair of games last Friday and Saturday.
Wasilla is the only boys NLC team to be ranked in the top five. The Warriors play at Barrow today and Saturday against the No.3-ranked 3A team in the state.
1. Service; 2. Wasilla; 3. Dimond; 4. Juneau-Douglas; 5. Bartlett.
1. Monroe Catholic; 2. ACS; 3. Barrow; 4. Sitka; 5. Valdez.
1. Wasilla; 2. Colony; 3. West Valley; 4. Palmer; 5. Dimond.
1. Barrow; 2. Kotzebue; 3. Nome; 4. Sitka; 5. Galena.